NUK Food Cube Tray with Lid for Freezing Baby Food | 6 Months+ | Dishwasher Safe | BPA Free(Pack of 1)
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Material: Flexible silicone, plastic | Number of ice cubes: 24 per tray (small) | Size: 8 x 15 x 17cm | Cube size: 2.2cm What we like A handy clip-on lid keeps the food covered for maximum freshness and seals in all the goodness and because the tray is highly flexible it's easy to dispense individual portions. I prefer silicone ones because it's easier to tip the cubes out."(Type of tray recommended by Mumsnet user lilham) Our verdict
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Material: BPA-free silicone, plastic | Number of ice cubes: 14 per tray | Size: 25 x 10cm | Cube size: Not specified What we like
Before first use and for every subsequent use wash all parts in hot water, we recommend using the NUK Baby Bottle Cleanser which is based on natural ingredients and removes food residues more effectively than soapy water alone. Alternatively, wash with washing up liquid or in a dishwasher (this may cause slight discolouration). Under no circumstances use corrosive or aggressive cleaning agents.
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This list has been narrowed down to the very best with thorough research and the following considered: When size matters, consider this jumbo two-piece ice cube tray. The bigger the cube, the longer your drinks will stay cool! And these oversized cubes will remain intact as you sip a large G&T on your sofa - extending happy hour at home. Rubbery trays are easier, I think. Some of the plastic ones can snap more easily (my cheap ones did!)" - onepieceoflollipopWhen it comes to defrosting baby purees, you can do this overnight in the fridge and use it within 24 hours. Alternatively, you can reheat your baby purees from frozen, making meal prep for your little one even easier. Material: Silicone tray with lid | Number of ice cubes: Nine | Size: 14 x 14 x 5cm | Cube size: Can hold up to 60ml What we like The food is reasonably hard to get out as the tray is so flexible. I end up having to try to prize it out of the tray using my fingers, which I don't think is great.